Not-for-Profit Knowledge Network: Powering Up Nonprofit Board Training (1 hour - morning) - Webcast

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Oct 5, 2022

Registration: 7:30 AM / Program: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time

Fees

Member Fee: $0.00
Nonmember Fee: $0.00

Available Discounts

AICPA Member: None
Full time Accounting Educator: None

Description

OSCPA Members: One hour FREE CPE offered at each knowledge network!

The OSCPA Not-for-Profit Knowledge Networks offer a great opportunity to explore important not-for-profit topics in one-hour informal discussions with experts and peers - and to obtain valuable CPE.

Developed by OSCPA Not-for-Profit Strategic Committee.

Designed For

The OSCPA Not-for-Profit Knowledge Network (KNET) is designed for OSCPA members working with and within the not-for-profit sector.

Objectives

To provide an overview and update of important issues impacting the not-for-profit arena.

Major Subjects

Explore strategies to engage nonprofit Board members in meaningful discussion of their roles and responsibilities, including financial oversight and direction setting. Board training can be perceived as dull and even insulting to members who have served on multiple boards, leading to misguided suggestions to provide training only for new board members. Learn how Board training can provide a great opportunity for members to clarify their expectations of each other, their officers, and the Board as whole. Help members break through the fog of confusing financial information to identify the most important financial choices and challenges their organization confronts.

This event is member only - you must be logged in as a member in order to add it to your cart.


Leaders

Kathleen Sohl

Kay Sohl has provided training and consultation for Executive Directors, CFOs, and Boards of Directors of over 7,000 nonprofit organizations throughout the United States. Kay focuses her work on rethinking nonprofit strategies for financial sustainability, Board financial oversight, compliance with federal funds management requirements, and the challenges of nonprofit accounting and financial reporting. She is a frequent presenter for state and regional coalitions of nonprofit human service providers.

Kay has authored multiple financial management toolkits for nonprofits, including resources for cost allocation, financial reporting, dashboard development, and the Uniform Guidance.

Kay founded and lead TACS (Technical Assistance for Community Services) now known as the Nonprofit Association of Oregon, the northwest's largest and most comprehensive capacity building resource for community based nonprofit organizations. She is co-author of the Oregon Nonprofit Corporation Handbook, an 800-page guide to legal, financial, and governance requirements and strategies for nonprofit organizations. Now in its 5th edition, the Handbook has sold over 11,000 copies and is a must-have resource for founders, board members, managers, and funders of nonprofit organizations.

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